Six Factors of the Native vs Downloadable DRM Argument

Video service operators are faced with a difficult choice between browser‑based and app‑based delivery.  This issue is a debate about choice and control. Native DRM is perceived to be more secure than downloadable DRM, but this is an outdated notion. For service providers that are launching premium, multi-screen services, downloadable DRM will be a critical piece of the puzzle.

This paper breaks down the six factors that create a framework to drive a discussion regarding the relative pros and cons of taking a native or a downloadable DRM approach for your video service business.

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